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Clive Bundy's Treatment Vs. Dann Sisters
Fiddling in the Fields: Spring's Fern
Northland College Names NAICC Director
NMAI Profile: Ogimaa Duke Peltier
Broken Hearts and Tuition Bills
Everest Avalanche Kills 12 Sherpas
400 Years Later—Pocahontas Weds Again
Coachella War Bonnets: Yep, It Happened
Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
What the Hell Is Wrong With ABQ Cops?
Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Thing About Skins
Indigenous Resilience: Pacific Rim Nations Offer Innovative Adaptations to Climate Change
For some time, a welter of scientific data has indicated that climate changes would be dramatic and include extreme weather events...
Dozens of Indigenous People Allegedly Killed by Gold Miners in Venezuela
Illegal gold miners from Brazil may have killed dozens of Yanomami people in a remote area of the Venezuelan Amazon, according to reports from an indigenous organization there...
Belo Monte Dam: Not Over Yet, Construction Can Continue
The Brazilian Supreme Court has ruled that the construction of the controversial Belo Monte dam can resume, for now...
That Sinking Feeling
For centuries, the Guna (a.k.a. Kuna) Indians have successfully defended their territory on Panama’s Caribbean coast...
Dwanna L. Robertson: Indian Identity Still Controversial
If she’d planned to tackle some of the most contentious issues in Indian country, a Mvskoke (Creek) sociologist couldn’t have done a better job...
UNPFII Chairman, Grand Chief Edward John Discusses the Power of Indigenous Storytelling
NEW YORK - Diplomats, journalists and media activists from around the globe turned out at United Nations headquarters on Thursday, August 9 th for the 18 th annual International Da...
Honduran Police Harass Radio Station After Public Forum
On Friday, August 3 rd , Honduran Police abruptly entered the offices of Radio Progreso in Honduras, according to Director Karen Rivas of the station, demanding to know the whereab...
The U.N.’s Man in Lakota Country
It has been a bumpy couple of months for Indian rights. The Violence Against Women Act is meeting opposition in Congress, Carcieri still isn’t fixed, and the U.S...
Oil Company Under Fire in Amazon: New Inquiries, Exposés and Penalties Fuel Indigenous Movement
IQUITOS, Peru—The world that PlusPetrol has built in Peru’s Amazon over the last 16 years seems to be crumbling under the weight of the company’s alleged crimes...
Human Rights Court Rules in Favor of Kichwa Community Against Ecuadorian Government
In a case that could have broad implications, the Kichwa community of Sarayaku, Ecuador, won a major battle on July 25, when the Inter-American Court of Human Rights ruled that the...
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Kenya’s Conservation Efforts Evicting Sengwer Tribe From Forest Homes
A Call for Help; Paramilitary Death Squad Targeting Indigenous Leader
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Tauli-Corpuz Named UN Special Rapporteur, Replacing James Anaya
After Contact, Isolated Groups Recover—But at High Cost
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